The Phyllis and Ross Escalette Permanent Collection of Art has 11 new friends. No, not on Facebook — on campus. Art-loving members of the American Association of University Women got an up-close look at some of the more than 400 works in the Chapman collection during a tour on Monday. Curator Maggi Owens and assistant
Daniel Wellman, Ph.D., associate professor of chemistry in the Schmid College of Science, traveled to Cuba with his family last month and shares his journey here. It’s a rare and fascinating trip — it is still relatively difficult to get permission to travel to Cuba from the U.S.; Dr. Wellman, whose wife is Cuban, falls into
Adrienne Brennan, a Chapman alumna and longtime member and current president-elect of the Fashionable Women of Chapman University support group, and her son Patrick Brennan have given $1 million to Dodge College of Film and Media Arts to fund the completion of senior students’ film projects. Adrienne, whose parents brought her to the U.S. from Ireland
Ever wonder where the food you eat really comes from? Do you really want to know, because “You’ll never look at dinner the same way.” That’s the tag line for the 2010 Oscar-nominated documentary, Food, Inc. You can decide for yourself at a special screening of the documentary on Thursday (Feb. 11) at 7:30 p.m.
Emily Bills, Ph.D., adjunct faculty member in architecture, Department of Art, reports: “Last Fall 2009 my class visited a number of canonical architectural and urban sites as part of our course ‘The History of Los Angeles Architecture.’ Some of our experiences, conversations, and discoveries are documented on a course blog and we would like to
You know the ones we mean. Yup, those. (The ones we can’t name because Golden Boy and his minions will sue us. But it rhymes with “Hoscar.” They announced the nominations last week! CLICK HERE for list.) Now get ready to celebrate the glitz and glamor at Chapman on March 7 (Sunday) at the “Red Carpet, Black
Viet Tan, the Asian Pacific Law Student Association and the Vietnamese American Law Student Association will present “Digital Activism: A Tool for Change in Vietnam” — a seminar on how activists are using the Internet and social media to challenge authoritarian regimes around the world — on Feb. 27-28 (Saturday and Sunday) at Chapman. According
Chapman senior broadcast major (and Miss City of Orange) Rachel Berry needs your vote! She is among 10 national finalists vying for a gig as a student correspondent reporter at the Oscars on March 7. The first voting deadline is Feb. 10 (Wednesday). CLICK HERE to vote. ( CLICK HERE for previous story.)
Chapman University’s John Fowles Center for Creative Writing celebrates the 13th anniversary of the John Fowles Literary Forum Visiting Writers Series with readings by six prominent Israeli, Jewish and Arab authors beginning with Rabih Alameddine on Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. Mark Axelrod, Ph.D., professor of English at Chapman University and director of the John
What a wacky week of weather. Rain. Tornado warning. Rain. And more rain. Adults might have shivered and shunned the puddles, but not Chapman kids. Check out what they did between storms!